Pasha flying tourbillon watchManual, white gold, leather
A tourbillon movement bearing the Geneva seal and unique skeletonization work: these are the two characteristics that distinguish the caliber 9457 MC, an exclusive movement with an innovative display. Developed by the Cartier Manufacture, this contemporary skeleton movement coupled with unique aesthetics make for an airy watch in which the tourbillon seems to float inside its case. The innovative design is enhanced by the meticulous work of Cartier's master watchmakers and is crafted in accordance with the purest tradition of Geneva watchmaking.
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Numbered edition limited to 100 timepieces. Flying tourbillon skeleton complication, case in 18K white gold, fluted crown in 18K white gold set with a sapphire cabochon, sapphire crystal, Arabic numerals dial formed by the bridges of the movement, diamond-shaped blued-steel hands, black alligator-skin strap, double adjustable deployant buckle in 18K white gold, water-resistant to 3 bars (30 meters/100 feet). Manufacture mechanical movement with manual winding caliber 9457 MC certified with the Geneva Seal, flying tourbillon, skeletonized bridges in the form of Arabic numerals, total diameter: 33.5 mm, thickness: 5.48 mm, 175 parts including 19 jewels, balance: 21,600 vibrations/hour, approx. 50 hours of power reserve, individually numbered movement. Case dimensions: 42 mm in diameter - 10.1 mm thickness.